"The ingredients in Diabetes Support are clinically proven to lower blood sugar levels and/or provide cardiovascular support."
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Diabetes Support Supplements concluded it's initial advertising campaign featured on the Dr. Joy Brown Show, Mike Coleman Food Talk and the Health Talk with Dr. Ronald Hoffman show. Each show presents a unique opportunity to showcase the health benefits of Diabetes Support.
Diabetes Support contains ten ingredients which may lower blood sugar levels including chromium, turmeric, cocoa, cinnamon, omega-3, vitamin D and others. Along with lifestyle changes including diet and exercise Diabetes Support is a new proactive approach to overall health management.
The ingredients in Diabetes Support are clinically proven to lower blood sugar levels and/or provide cardiovascular support.
According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, “In one double-blind, placebo-controlled study, people with type 2 diabetes who took chromium picolinate had better HbA1c values -- used to measure long-term control of blood sugar levels -- than those who took placebo. The group taking chromium also had better fasting blood glucose levels, a measure of short-term control of blood sugar levels.
Research from Penn State released this week finds the spice turmeric may do the heart good by lower triglyceride and insulin levels. "Elevated triglycerides are a risk factor for heart disease," explains researcher Sheila West.
A study published in Nutrition and Metabolism is the first to show how omega 3 fatty acids play a role in metabolic processes with respects to blood sugar and fat processing; reducing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
According to the Journal of American College of Cardiology June 3rd addition type 2 diabetics who consumed pure cocoa witnessed a 30% increase in arterial blood flow.
At the American Heart Institute’s conference in 2011 Harvard researchers looked at 21 studies involving 2,575 participants and found that cocoa consumption is associated with decreased blood pressure, improved blood vessel health, and improvement in cholesterol levels, among other benefits. Eric L. Ding, PhD, of Harvard Medical School believes the healths benefits come from polyphonic flavonoids in cocoa.
A meta analysis conducted by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) in 2011 reported the following. “Of the seven studies, five trials reported a significant inverse association between chocolate intake and cardiometabolic disorders. For example, individual studies showed reductions in the risk of coronary heart disease, the risk of cardiovascular disease mortality, and the risk of incident diabetes in men.”
ProactiveLife was founded in 2011 to help people take control of their health. The approach incorporates community, lifestyle changes, and natural supplements to assist people with blood sugar regulation and provide cardiovascular support.